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A fighting chance

Rock Steady Boxing helps people with Parkinson’s improve quality of life through workouts, support
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PAWTUCKET – In his five years as the owner and head trainer of the Fight 2 Fitness boxing and fitness club on Blackstone Avenue, Rich Gingras has seen a lot of people walk through his doors and look... more

Berard, D’Alessandro, Fabrizio, Reposa highlight RIIL Hall of Fame’s Class of ’16

PROVIDENCE – The following distinguished athletes, coaches, officials, administrators, and journalists will be inducted into the Rhode Island Interscholastic League High School Athletic Hall of Fame’... more

Same old story for Cougar golf team

For third straight year, NP clinches third place, will face Johnston, SRA in playoff match
PROVIDENCE – Looks like the North Providence High golf team is following the same script as the last two seasons. Freshman Nick Petracca fired a career-best, three-over-par 38 to earn medalist honors... more

Blackstone-Millville Regional varsity baseball team hopes to reach tournament

BLACKSTONE – As the Blackstone-Millville Regional High School varsity baseball team went into their game against Uxbridge last Friday afternoon, they had a record of 6-4 with eight games left. To... more

Tolman’s struggles continue

Softball team falls into last place with loss to La Salle
PAWTUCKET – Last Wednesday afternoon, the Tolman High softball team began to wake up its bats, but for the third straight game, the Tigers could only score twice and suffered a 7-2 defeat to La Salle... more

Smithfield’s Holowachuk, Colbert, and Romeo sign National Letters of Intent

SMITHFIELD – Chloe Holowachuk, Alyssa Colbert, and Juliana Romeo became the latest Smithfield High seniors to announce their collegiate plans last Thursday afternoon, as they signed National Letters... more

Scituate tennis team storms out to 10-0 start

Senior-dominated squad seeks strong run in Division III playoffs
NORTH SCITUATE – After posting a 12-1 regular-season record, but losing in the Division III semifinals last year, the Scituate High boys’ tennis team has been one of the top teams in the league again... more

NP boys’ track team places fourth at Northern Division meet

CUMBERLAND – The North Providence High boys’ outdoor track and field team turned in a strong performance to place fourth out of 13 teams at last week’s Northern Division championship meet at... more

Smithfield Golf team wants to finish season strong

LINCOLN – With one match remaining in the regular season the Smithfield High School golf team is just behind Cumberland in the North Division standings. The Sentinels competed against Cumberland and... more

NP Jets schedule three football, cheerleading registration sessions

NORTH PROVIDENCE – The North Providence Jets youth football and cheerleading organization, which participates in the Blackstone Valley Youth Football Conference, will hold three registration sessions... more

Lincoln’s Mayer is named Atlantic 10 Softball Player of Year at Fordham

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. – Lincoln’s Lindsay Mayer, a junior third baseman on the Fordham University softball team, was recently named the Atlantic 10 Conference Player of the Year after helping lead the... more

Northmen/Navigant 5K returns to NSHS June 4

NORTH SMITHFIELD – The 5th annual Northmen/Navigant 5K Run/Walk Challenge, which is hosted by the volunteers of the North Smithfield Athletic Association, will return to North Smithfield High on... more

Cumberland Youth Flag Football League signups

CUMBERLAND – The Cumberland Youth Flag Football League, a recreational co-ed program that allows boys and girls ages 6-14 to experience football in a fun, no-tackle environment, is continuing its... more

Cumberland Parks & Rec announces golf clinics for children, adults

CUMBERLAND – The Cumberland Parks & Recreation Department is continuing to hold its beginner golf clinics for children ages 6-15, as well as adults, at Wentworth Hills Country Club on 27 Bow... more